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Motordrome
Former settlement
Motordrome
Motordrome
Location in California
Motordrome
Motordrome
Motordrome (the United States)
Coordinates: 33°58′07″N 118°26′21″W / 33.96861°N 118.43917°W / 33.96861; -118.43917Coordinates: 33°58′07″N 118°26′21″W / 33.96861°N 118.43917°W / 33.96861; -118.43917
CountryUnited States
StateCalifornia
CountyLos Angeles County
Elevation7 ft (2 m)

Motordrome is a former railroad stop in Los Angeles County, California.[1] It lay at an elevation of 7 feet (2 m).[1] It was a stop on the Pacific Electric Railway's Redondo Beach via Del Rey Line. Motordrome still appeared on USGS maps as of 1934.[1] The location is near the present-day intersections of Jefferson Boulevard and Culver Boulevard in what is now the Ballona Wetlands.

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